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WSP/WSAB Multi Agency Safeguarding Training
Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Partnership (WSP) and Warrington Safeguarding Adults Board (WSAB) are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the WSP and WSAB priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at or
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Bike to School week
19 Sep
Bike to school week this year is 23rd - 27th September and the week is being led by Sustrans. Attached are details of teacher led resources and a family guide linked to cycling, walking and scooting. This is a great opportunity to promote the positive impact that an active lifestyle can have on pupils' wellbeing and health. In addition, with the winter months approaching, it is also a good time to remind parents about the importance of ensuring that their children wear hi-viz clothing, that their bikes are equipped with lights, are in a good state of repair and that they have a good bike lock that they use! Over the next few weeks we will be contacting High Schools who have submitted the pupil journey to school data to arrange to distribute lights to pupils who cycle to school.
Level 3 Bikeability cycle training
19 Sep
We are delighted to have secured funding to offer Level 3 Bikeability cycle training to all High Schools in Warrington, ensuring that your pupils who are cycling to school or using their bike for leisure are equipped with the necessary skills to navigate the road network. The Bikeability level 3 course aims to develop riders skills and confidence so they can ride in diverse road environments including complex, often busy roads and junctions and sometimes with sped limits above 30 mph. Bikeability is Government recognised practical and professional training which is delivered one to one or in groups of up to 3 so can be tailored to suit the individual needs of your pupils. If you would like further information about the course and to discuss how we can work with you to deliver this training within your school please contact us at
Pupil journey to school survey
19 Sep
We are in the process of recording how Primary and High School pupils make their journey to and from School. To do this we are sending out survey forms to all High Schools which we ask you to complete and return as your support will help shape the future work we provide in addition to measuring the success of schemes such as the Bikeability cycle training and scooter training. The information gathered will form part of the local transport plan and is essential in helping us support and encourage safe and sustainable school travel as well as recognising, understanding and managing the barriers.